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Volume 23, Issue 2 (1994)

Editor's Comments

pp. 135—136

School violence is perhaps the most pressing societal issue related to children and youth today. As school professionals, parents, and citizens, we are constantly raising alarms about the apparent level of violent acts that seems to be plaguing our school communities. This is reflected in much of our personal experiences as well as the extensive news media coverage that appears almost on a daily basis. School boards are worried, parents are worried, children are worried. Clearly, school psychologists need to have significant understanding of the issues surrounding violence in our schools.

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